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bulls in the pbr bucking battle. that's tomorrow at 1:00 eastern right here on cbs sports. oregon 62, ucla 59. 3:30 to play in the second half. time for the capitol one impact performance with 3:30 to play. >> doug: travis wear, a transfer from north carolina. coming backhoe to socal. in his year off and off-season, worked on his game extensively. what a skilled big man. he has 17 points. he's the go-to half court scorer for the bruins coming down the stretch. >> >> spero: that was our capitol one impact performance of the afternoon. take a look at our game reset. three time-outs apiece. both teams currently in the bonus. this is what you want, two teams. a lot of youth on ucla and oregon, a team nobody expected to be at this point, certainly at this juncture, looking for a road win. who will make the plays here to win it? i'm for oregon, it's interested that dana altman is going with johnathan loyd at the point right now down the stretch instead of artis. loyd not a great scorer but a great defender and penetrator. >> spero: anderson hits the first of two. e.j. singler back on the f
to enforce federal laws they deemed to be unconstitutional. oregon sheriff tim mueller says it is all about the second amendment. he joins us next. executive orders, executive actions. this president's actions on the second amendment constitution. attorneys join us to argue the issues and the cnstitution. issues and the cnstitution. the. are you flo? yes. is this the thing you ga my husband? well, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. ♪ lou: well, the algerian government reportedly rejected offers of help from the united states and european powers, and there are also reports that they rejected a request by the white house to be extraordinarily careful and cautious in dealing with the hostages' situation. they attacked without informing the white house or european or the japanese capital's. we wi
oregon who led most of the way. arizona surged in the fourth quarter but oregon held on for a 70-56 upset. >>> and human growth hormones and other performance enhancing drugs back in the spotlight. there's official confirmation that junior seau had cte, a degenerative brain disease, he joins pittsburgh's mike webster and david duerson of the bears and others. >>> tim tebow will not be playing for the jacksonville jaguars next season. the team you a new general manager said he can't imagine a scenario in which tebow will be a jacksonville jaguar even if he is released by the new york jets. >>> the nfl playoffs start on say day. baltimore plays in denver and green bay will be at san francisco. on sunday, seattle visits the top-seeded atlanta falcons and houston will be at new england. in hawaii at the pga sony open, k.j. choy's ball lands directly on top of the ball of webb simpson. simpson got a birdie and choy recovered with a par but that's a shot you do not see every day. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by new just for men autostop. gray is over. >>> just ahead, jus
stagnation is almost for majority of the areas of washington state, including oregon and the portland area. and we are also dealing with freezing fog this morning in some of the valley locations. down to 30 in seattle with fog. so there could be slippery spots out there. be careful of the freezing fog on the sidewalks right now, but high pressure dominates and the sunshine will be out this afternoon. a nice day in the southwest. that's awith the heavier coat a it home. temperatures near 70 in san diego. no changes anywhere or any time soon, either. >> thank you, bill. >>> newtown, connecticut's school superintendent blasts the critics. president obama's chief of staff will name names. plus, scientifically engineered jeans that offer your legs an image something they've never had before. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here's some other stories making news this morning. the superintendent of schools in newtown, connecticut, is rejecting the idea of armed guards in schools. janet robinson testified at a congressional hearing saying she just can't see teachers carrying weapon
? >> have i got a minute of sports for you. i've got the college football showdown in the desert. oregon/kansas state. it's a fiesta. the minute is next. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. returned to practice today. ..former eagles coach andy is reporedly this close to they injured the defensive tackle as people were wondering about that returning to pack us today. he's reportedly close to becoming the new man in kansas city. to the fiesta bowl as they are calling chip kelly. one is the oregon ducks. speaking of runs, how about thomas on the opening kick off? 94 yards for one of the
to see them. >>> and the oregon teen who is in hot water with the law. after boasting about driving drunk. in a facebook post. >>> health officials say a norovirus outbreak at a senior home in the north bay ifdozens of residents and staffers and the redwoods senior residential care facility in mill valley have been sickened since christmas eve. two of the elderly residents have since died of complications brought on by the virus. activities and food services have been restricted. and it appears to be slowing the spread of the highly contageous virus. this outbreak follows a similar one at a san rafael retirement home that sickened 27 people in november >>> police have arrested a married couple they say are connected to the new year's eve shooting in sacramento that left two people dead and three others wounded. sacramento police say that amber scholz started the altercation that prompted the deadly shooting at a bar in old town sacramento monday night oficers say her husband. charles fowler-scholz was also involved before the shooting occurred. the suspected gunman. 22- year-old carlito m
to the hills of oregon in search of the legendary beast. >> more signs that spring could be on the way. meteorologist leigh glaser is up next with the forecast. >> mike: the niners have landed in new orleans, setting foot in the big easy, but itíáf- >> ama: theirs a new lead in the hunt for big foot. it's not what people are seeing that has people interested but what they're hearing. john miller explains. >> he this elusive hairy giant of legend, the tabloid hero, punchline and news diversion, now big foot, back in the headlines but not for prints, grainy video or sightings, this time something brand new. audio. big foot speaks. listen. listen again. the high-pitched screech and base roar come from a swampy area in the blue mountains of oregon, big foot hot spot. the recording given to the oregonian newspaper. not impressed? people in the area are. they've been hearing strange cries in the night sense november. deb niece says she thinks whatever is in the swamp is calling out for another creature. some suggest it could be a young big foot lost. >> these are a type of people. >> don't
in this complaint out of oregon. the family says he is mentally ill but the fbi is taking it all very seriously. >> reporter: documents reveal two instructors received death threats last year from the same former student. an affidavit from an fbi agent detailed the e-mails, including one that read i own a rifle, i could easily pick you off from 800 meters as you go to work. i am coming for you. >> scary. >> reporter: they alerted police who handed the case to the fbi. agents tracked the e-mails to oregon where they say he set up a yahoo account under a fake name. he admitted sending the e-mails a search of his apartment didn't show up weapons. his father said he is mentally ill and it is a sad situation. the parents feel very bad. we are not naming the instructors. officials said they are glad the threats weren't brushed aside. >> for the safety of us. >> what i always think of, what if you didn't take something seriously. and you had something and didn't take it seriously. i don't think we could live with that. >> reporter: he graduated from the university of oregon with a degree, he is not in
quorum call: mr. merkley: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from oregon is recognized. mr. merkley: mr. president, i ask that the quorum call be vitiated. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. merkley: i thank you, mr. president. i ask unanimous consent the period for morning business for debate be extended until 6:00 p.m., with senators permitted to speak for up to ten minutes each. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. merkley: thank you, mr. president, and i note the absence of a quorum. quorum call: mr. merkley: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from oregon is recognized. mr. merkley: thank you, mr. president. i ask that the qrl be -- quorum call be vitiated. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. merkley: thank you, mr. president. i want to first address the bill that we passed in the early hours this morning. it is a very unusual thing to be passing a bill in the early hours, certainly on the first day of the year, and this bill had a lot in it. this is a fiscal cliff bill. t
thse spurs. kansas state taking on oregon, thomas goes all the way, from the six, 94 yards. touchdown. oregon wins 35-17. nhl talks continue, but today no formal negotiations. the commissioner says he is prepared to cancel the season if a deal is not in place by thursday. should they call congress? >> i'm not sure that is who you want to call. >> some californians could not believe what they were seeing in the sky. this video appears to be superman full line of the carlsbad coast in san diego. it is not a person but a cut out figure made of foam and remote controlled the brainchild of a former air force test pilot. he has created about a dozen of these remote-controlled figures. they achieve a top speed of about 30 m.p.h. my gosh. >> that looks like fun. that will get a double take. clear and cold, 18-29 saturday morning. mostly sunny in the afternoon then clouds. may have snow flurries overnight, but clearing out just in time for the afternoon, upper 40's, perfect football weather for the redskins. bob ryan will have more on that at 11:00.
'm hakem dermish with your "sportscenter" update. number four oregon, taking on number five kansas state. the tostitos fiesta bowl. what could be coach chip kelly's final college game. opening kickoff. de'anthony thomas, fastest kid in college football. 93 yards for the touchdown. first return for a touchdown for oregon this season. ducks go for two. they get it. up 8-0 early. more ducks. marcus mariota, to kenjon barner. 24-yard touchdown here. and number four oregon, takes down kansas state, 35-17. oregon, with the second-straight bcs bowl game victory. and chip kelly, earning his third-straight 12-win season. >>> upset alert. unbeaten number three arizona, hosting colorado, in their conference opener. under a minute to play. colorado up five. jordin mayes would steal. arizona down 79-76. under ten seconds to go. after making the first free throw, mark lyons makes the second. we're tied at 80-80. so, here we go. sabatino chen. with the ball. for the win. can you be a hero for colorado? got it. but hold on a second. another look. tough to tell. might have barely gotten off in time. but
enforcement. recognize they cannot keep blocking more people up. so oregon and a washington and revisited. the victims are not demanding. people in california kinglet 25 years in prison for stealing a piece of pizza as the third strike. the young male impulsiveness. but there are a lot of people were nonviolent drug offenders the and opportunity for them to take punishment but to make amends so that the themes, the shoplifters, the non-violent burglars, a lot of them who are not already set on the life of crime than we need at least a chance to give an opportunity to plant themselves. >> the book talks about and the ways prosecutors manipulate them . their rig to be much more broad and the people who have in violence and the record and the latest current is not have to be a violent one. the villains are stupid enough to go to a trowel to reject a plea bargain offer. >> the machinery of criminal justice, professor of law at university a pencil mania. >> every weekend book tv has 48 hours of programming focused on nonfiction authors and books. watch it here on c-span2.
locking more people up. so oregon and washington revisited, what do we do with people with marijuana? legalize it? do we decriminalize it? win when the victims are heard, the victims often aren't demanding the longest sentence. people in california recognize 25 years in prison for stealing a slice of pizza as a third strike is too much. there's a slice of people we need to like up until they're no longer dangerous, in their 40s or 50s. once they're past the young male impulsive years. but there's a whole lot of people where nonviolent drug offendedder, et cetera, we need an opportunity for them to take punishment and make amend so the thieves, the shoplifters, the nonviolent burglars, a lot of them who are not already set on a life of crime and we need at least a chance to give them an opportunity to reclaim themselves. >> host: in your view, do the three strikes and you're out laws -- do they work? no the book talks about the ways in which prosecutors manipulate them. voters think they're going to automatically lock up the third time dangerous felons but they're written to be broade
's difficult to watch. this videe of an oregon child rage.111year-oll alex echols - is severely autistic.hii self- desttuctivee ehavior brought on by tuberous scleroois, a about 50,000 people in the u.s. it causes growths in organs. in alex's case,, prowths can leed to seizures and autiss.alex ccn't it ifficult to understand what's troubling him. "indessribable, it was horrifying. he was able to be acting normml then all of a sudden runnhimsslf inno a to a controversial treatment, meddcaa marijuana, to manage got no ther optiins are you hooestly going toosay no?""t jaae forra long time, anddwhenn &phe was boon we saw him and said thaa's not jake that's alex."the day aaex was born, jeremy and karen echols were full of hope. until six weeks laaee, when theirrbaby had his he'd beeautistic at that time. i think he was hree tte first alex was 5, it wassinteese, imse seef-directed rage.alex head bbtted anything he could, bruising his forehead so badly, his father says the blood would draan until alex's entirr facc waa blaak and bbue. they got hii aahelmet, swaddled him like a newborn, ale
in portland, oregon. you are looking at live pictures. why the firefighters are racing to cut through that concrete wall. jwwñ >>> time now 6:13. happening right now fire crews are busy right here. look at this. they are trying to free a woman she is trapped into between walls in downtown portland, oregon. that woman has been trapped since 3:45 this morning. i can count a half a dozen firefighters right there and a man with a saw trying to cut through the concrete. now reportedly she fell off a balcony and became stuck between a wall of a building and parking garage. witnesses heard her calling for help. they called 911. the firefighters are using a saw to cut through the concrete trying to get to her. she is conscious. she is alert. they are talking to her. we're watching all of this. we'll bring you the latest on this rescue effort that is happening right now. >>> meantime back at home there is a new twist in the investigation into the death of a man who's body was found in the trunk of a car near the sonoma state university campus. sheriffs deputies made the discovery monday night
. there's no word when it will be removed. another dock washed up in oregon earlier this year. >>> to sports, we kick off with a big upset in college football n the sugar bowl, number 21 louisville returned an interception on the first play and scored four more times as they knocked off third-ranked florida, 33-23. tonight, it's the fiesta bowl in glendale, arizona, with fourth ranked oregon facing number five kansas state. >>> and a dolphin named flipper who correctly predicted florida state's win in the orange bowl tuesday is predicting a winner of the national champ shim ship game monday. by a nose, and with a nose, flipper says notre dame will beat alabama. >>> in college basketball, number 7 syracuse rolled over rutgers 78-53. coach jim boeheim of the orange passed bob knight for second place on the all-time win list with 903 trailing only duke's mike krzyzewski. he has 940 victories. >>> in the nfl ray lewis says he will retire after the season. the ravens play the colts on sunday. >>> sunday night's redskins/cowboys game was the highest rated regular broadcast in the wa
for freezing fog over the next couple of days especially oregon state but not horrible. one more thing. our friends in alaska dealing with a big storm today up there. so be careful traveling anywhere in alaska, anchorage and up to fairbanks everybody is getting s large arctic high pressure system and warm up in many areas. without too much snow out of this big cold air mass but cold and dry in the west. >> single digits. a shocking story out of buffalo v.a. hospital. gas prices on the move. hottest wheels out of the detroit auto show. plus caught on tape. the mother of all snowball fights and no pants day on the subway. what? you're watching "early today." . >>> stories making news this morning for you. the veterans administration is saying that 700 patients at the buffalo, new york v.a. medical center may have been exposed to hiv and hepatitis because of reuse of insulin pens. there's a small risk but the v.a. is offering free blood tests to rule out any infections. >>> today is the one month anniversary of the newtown school shootings that killed 26 people at sandy hook elementary. 200 pe
. oregon and kansas state. >> the game featured the rare 1 point safety. will this be chip kelly last game in oregon. he could be nfl bound and soo soon. opening kick off. to thomas. he's a blur. 94 yard yards. aloha. >> rae treat in the end zone and then down and that is the unusual 1 point safety. probably never see it ever happen in your life time. duck roll 35-17 only lost this year came against stanford. tipping off the hoop schedule tonight. both teams in l.a. and both with losses. cardinal facing usc. second half. bright. show and go hear. he had 14 and stanford up at 8. that was a lead they would not hold. 2 of the 13. puts them up. 26 seconds left. brown inside for the tie at 69. with 15 but miss the extra point for the lead. stanford down 2. randall. oh. and time runs out. holds on 71-69. take the 10 freeway for the other match up. cal at ucla. no. freeway wide open for powell. old to get the joke. poor shooting by both teams but ucla slightly better. they win the snicket a row 79-65. ancient humor here. 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino.
's coldest, especially across oregon, that's where we're starting off today with freezing fog. we will see a bigger system start to move in tomorrow. it will bring rain to the seattle area, portland, oregon, down into northwestern california through the day tomorrow and into the rest of the week it looks like. it's another big storm that moves in and sticks around for a while. the next expected rainfall for the next 48 hours, you can see it takes a day before the rain moves in but it looks like we'll pick up an inch from seattle to northwestern california. and then it will eventually start to spread eastward in the form of mountain snow. we could end up with some mountain regions picking up another foot oforegon, as well as, 33 degrees. fallon, nevada, high of 41. we broke record high temperatures yesterday in southern california, so a total opposite of what areas in northern plains are seeing. >> must be nice. thanks so much. >>> straight ahead, we'll take you to israel where benjamin netanyahu is hoping to be re-elected as prime minister today. >>> a woman faints and fails to the rescue.
and stanford is hosting number 10 oregon. to josh houston and stanford up at the break. they were with 12 points in the game as they hand oregon their first pack 12 loss, 75-62, only the third defeat of the year. stanford is now 13-8 on the season. usf played host to saint maries. jordan page leading with a game high 19 points. pull up jumper and the gails would hold on. james walker the third with the hoop here. 67 and 63 is the final. the 16th straight victory over usf. abc7 sports is brought to you live in new orleans by river rock casino. just to close it out, 54 degrees in the big easy. the winds are 27 miles an hour. cool and crisp. it feels like 34 especially carolyn if you are a fragile flower. >> lovely lighting, larry. you are blooming. >> he is blooming in it. very well done. >> up next, 9er fans put it to music. >> the new fan video that is going viral. >>> here is your wake up weather. get a jacket or sweater before you head out the door. cool skies, light wind. mid30s to mid40s. 42 to 50 degrees. mike nico will be here with your weather updates. carolyn and dan? >> thanks. >
out to be really wise. college hoops and stanford is hosting number 10 oregon. to josh houston and stanford up at the break. they were with 12 points in the game as they hand oregon their first pack 12 loss, 75-62, only the third defeat of the year. stanford is now 13-8 on the season. usf played host to saint maries. jordan page leading with a game high 19 points. pull up jumper and the gails would hold on. james walker the third with the hoop here. 67 and 63 is the final. the 16th straight victory over usf. abc7 sports is brought to you live in new orleans by river rock casino. just to close it out, 54 degrees in the big easy. the winds are 27 miles an hour. cool and crisp. it feels like 34 especially carolyn if you are a fragile flower. >> lovely lighting, larry. you are blooming. >> he is blooming in it. very well done. >> up next, 9er fans put it to music. >> the new fan video
it looks mild down this. now what is happening here at home. the high pressure, we watched snow in oregon a couple of days ago and yesterday we watched it in oregon and now, we do not see anything. we have temperatures near 50 again in the high country and low-to-mid 60's and 67 at big sur and the spring-like low-to-mid 60's in southern california. eric and kristen? >> we are learning of the coyote found in the backyard in san francisco's mission district. the wildlife center of silicon valley gave us a look at animal. she is unweight and dehydrated and they treating her for a breathing infection. the coyote is expected to stay at the facility for several weeks before being released in the wild. >> there are coyotes around in san francisco but we need to figure out why she was so debilitated and sick in that area so we will work with local agencies to determine a good release location for her. >> state law mandates animals must be released three miles from where they found. >> doctors in england are reporting a disturbing new trend involving kate middleton. plastic surgeons are getting re
it will be removed. another dock washed up in oregon earlier this year. >>> in sports, bigup set in college football. number 21 louisville returned an interception on the first play and scored four more times as they knocked off third ranked florida 33-23. tonight, it's the fiesta bowl in glendale, arizona with fourth ranked oregon facing number five kansas state. >>> and a dolphin named flipper who correctly predicted florida state's win is predicting a winner in the national championship game monday. flipper says notre dame will beat alabama. >>> in college basketball, number 7 syracuse rolled over rutgers 78-53. coach jim behar of the orange passed bob knight for second lace on the all-time win list trailing on coach krzyzewski. >>> ray lewis says he will retire after the season. >>> and the regular season prime time nfl broadcast in the washington, d.c. market since 1987, and nationally the highest after on nbc. and redskins coach mike shanahan was interrupted during a news conference by quarterback robert griffin iii who asked his coach a question. >> what did you do for new year's? >> tried to
arizona was surprised by unranked oregon who led most of the way. arizona surged in the fourth quarter, but oregon held on for a 70-66 upset. >>> and major league baseball is expanding drug testing for human growth hormones and other performance enhancing drugs. there's official confirmation that junior seau had cte, a degenerative brain disease, he joins pittsburgh's mike webster dave doerson. bears and others. >>> tim tebow will not be playing for the jacksonville jaguars next season. the team through a general manager said he can't match anyone a scenario in which tebow won't be a jacksonville jaguar even if released by the jets. >>> and baltimore plays the denver broncos and green bay will be in san francisco. sunday, seattle visits the top-seeded atlanta falcons and houston been at new england. >>> and in ohio, at the open, k.j. choi hit his tee shot on the par 17th hole and his ball lands directly on top of the ball of webb simpson. simpson got a birdie and choi returned with a par. but that's a shot you don't see every day. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by
in portland, oregon, he had a tripod. but watch what happens. >> okay. that's the police, telling kevin to put your stuff down. >> that's a camera tripod? >> yes. >> a crossbow. >> >> a apparently people were calling the police saying there's a guy in a horse mask running around with a crossbow. >> do you have i.d. on you? >> yes. >> kevin was i.d., he wasn't confrontational, but he has a lengthy conversation with the police. they kind of say look, people are pretty sensitive right now about weapons in public. you do have a mask on, which makes it seem a little sketchy. >> you could lk go to jail for something like that. >> what? >> for having a horse mask. >> you start freaking out enough people that they start calling 911 and hillsborough county cops start descending on you with lights and sirens and stuff? >> but it's not a weapon. and wearing a mask on a public sidewalk is perfectly legal. >> it gets a little confusing, because the police do say this. >> it's actually legal in this state to walk down the street with a gun strabed to your hip. >> yeah. >> you're probably going to get talked
to oregon for this first man-time video. you've got a guy laying in the middle of a dirt pile. what do you think's going to happen? >> oh, yeah! [ laughter ] >> that dude, he jumped over his friend? >> that was a ford raptor, and the guy behind the camera says he's hanging out in oregon. sees a dude laying in the dirt. grabs his camera because that was about to happen. >> that could have went horribly wrong. >> at least he's got a helmet on. >> i'll pass on the manly man. i don't want to be that guy. >> ooh! >> this video makes you sweaty? >> a little, sure. yeah. >> i'm going to make you real sweat around you can thank me in a minute. this is a sneak peek at a super bowl ad. >> i'm not buying it. got to be a dude. >> hope it's not a dude. hope it's not a dude -- it looks like a dude. >> not a dude. not a dude. >> we can always be tricked. >> i know. >> this isn't a trick. this is actually a commercial for the new mercedes cla, which is due to be released in february. february 3rd to be exact, and this is kate upton, they say washing a car in slow motion. washing this new mercedes in slow
>> ever since the deadly shootings in oregon and more people are buying guns. some gun owners are suggesting to go back to school. before class, the met a guy ed.ting fingerprint he is here because of mud and big trucks. he went off road and. nothing to do with weapons. but on his facebook page, he noticed a trend. a lot of people were saying wanted a gun to protect their family and friends. do it responsibly. this is the way to do it responsibly. he arrange for readers and friends to take a gun safety class. this is my and aire certified certified -- nra .nstructor he teaches gun owners when is legal to shoot someone. it is a way to show how to treat guns with respect and to carry them. gun instructors also noticed the trend. a store almost sold out of weapons and all january classes ldap. people are looking for it. we were a little bit, holy cow. >> to have double what is normal. that is the first time we have had that sort of influx. they are sold out. a gabrielle giffords made stop in newtown, connecticut to meet with officials. they met with the lieutenant and u.s. senato
did to get his stolen iphone back. >>> well, it better be -- an oregon man paid $27,000 for a 50-year-old bottle of scotch. he is one of only six people in the country to buy one of the 50 bottles released each year. only 1% of the world's single malt scotch makes it to 21 years, so 50 years is rare. >>> in japan it was tuna that brought a record price. this blue fin tuna was sold for $1.76 million. the head of the sushi chain bought at the thousand -- tuna. to break even the owner would have to charge $76 a slice for sushi. thank you for joining us at captioned by closed captioning services inc. the following is a paid advertisement for the best of the carol burnett show dvd collection. (tarzan yell) you laughed with her... you sang with her... you cherished your time with her... "who...me?" there's no star in hollywood more loveable... more talented... more entertaining than carol burnett. carol's legendary variety show won 25 emmys, and all of our hearts. it's as hilarious and spectacular today as it was the first time we saw it... heave! and now, the very best of carol's classic s
. >>> go to college ranks. oregon, riding a ten-game home win streak, hosting number four, arizona, undefeated this year. good oregon "d," to t.j. singler in transition. the hoop and the arm. he's the younger brother of kyle singler. second half, now. carlos emory. 7 of 11 behind the arch. 64%. singler. chip kelly liking what he sees. a three-point game. closing seconds. arizona rebound. nick johnson has a chance for the wildcats. his pocket is picked by jonathan loyd. oregon hands the wildcats its first loss of the season. the ducks have won 11-straight this year at home. dating back to last season, it's 17-straight. >>> i'm doug kezirian. have a great day. >>> and coming up next this morning, "the pulse." and an oscar name that's hard to remember. but one that you won't want to forget. we'll be right back. not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clin
they will not enforce those laws. in a letter that he wrote tot vice president oregon sheriff tim mueller calls the new laws which we're yet to hear in a couple hours, unconstitutional. >> it all started because my dep i ts and i were getting questions from folks out there in the community just wanting to know what this was. making criminals out of honest citizens, that is not the right path to go down. pretty humbling actually. never really thought that it was going to go viral. if i could ask for anything to come out of this, just get people talking about it. >> pretty amazing letter coming from a government official. he is kind of saying what a lot of us think. martha: americans are so passionately divided on this issue and this sheriff, not even sure if the vice president will see his letter, but he says he is against any laws that would limit the kinds of protection available to law-abiding citizens. bill: we know the vice president will be with the president later today. meantime new york state, it is not waiting. now the first state to dramatically tighten gun laws after the tragedy at sandy hoo
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$100 per year. in wyoming, there's a proposed 10- cent-per-gallon fuel tax being considered. in oregon, high- mileage vehicles could be taxed starting in 2015. nationwide, lawmakers are considering a vehicle miles travel tax, known as vmt, that taxes the miles you drive. bill ackman, the hedge fund manager who is targeting herbalife, calling it a pyramid scheme, says he is prepared to do whatever it takes, and spend whatever it costs, to expose the truth about the company. herbalife, a nutrition and weight managment company, has been issuing heated denials of the charges and is now set to present its full case this thursday at an investors and analysts' conference. senior managment will be present at the new york meeting. lawmakers in d.c. have approved $9 billion of aid for areas devatstated by hurricane sandy, with a potential $51 billion more on the way. ed gjertsen, vp of mack investment securities, joins us with this morning with the economic punch, and how it could help stocks. good morning. and hopefully, some good will come from this tragedy. what do you anticipate? > > angie,
-- what am i saying? oregon. i knew it started with an o and igor volsky will be here from the center for american progress. thinkprogress here as he is every tuesday morning. the boy scouts may be coming out of their tent. you won't believe it. but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news on this tuesday barbara walters, she fell and hurt herself over inauguration weekend and ended up in the hospital. turns out it was something bigger. abc reports it is a case of delayed childhood. the 83-year-old "view" cohost has the chickenpox. she never had it as a child. one in 10,000 adults go et it reach year. she's off work for several weeks and is not allowed visitors because she's still contagious. >> bill: it is scary when you get chickenpox as an older person, as a senior. >> how old is she? >> 83. >> how do you go 83 years and never have chickenpox? >> bill: did she ever have kids? >> i don't think she did. that's a good point. >> bill: because we know we get all of our diseases from our kids. >> we had the chickenpox, i had it when i was a kid. >> bill:
-58. >>> more college basketball. oregon hosting arizona last night. the first half, the ducks go up by nine. the dunk by e.j. woods. that was the largest lead of the game for oregon. mark lyon hits the three with a man in his face. that pulls arizona within four. final seconds, wildcats down by four hoping for the miracle. maybe the bucket and the foul. not going to happen. oregon hangs on to get arizona their first loss of the year, 70-66. the ducks get a huge upset win over their pac 12 rivals. the only left undefeated teams in college basketball, duke and michigan. >>> well, coming up at the top of the hour, the nra says the group's invitation to the white house yesterday was basically just for show, suggesting administration officials have already made up their minds when it comes to gun reform. the "morning joe" crew will break down what comes next in the debate over violence in america. >>> and when we come back here, we'll huddle around the water cooler where jack lew's signature gets the late night treatment. stay tuned. officemax can help you drive supply costs... down... ...and do
. >>> 7:11. happening now, we want to take you back to portland, oregon, live pictures where fire crews are trying to free a woman trapped between two walls. it looks like you can see the -- >> her hand. >> her hand sticking out there as the crews are getting close. we've been following this situation for the past hour. the woman's been stuck there since 3:45 this morning. she reportedly fell off a balcony and got wedged in a narrow space between the wall of a building and a parking garage. firefighters gave her a blanket to protect her from dust and they gave her water and were pumping hot air in the space to keep her warm. you can see the rescuer there without the helmet looks look he's very close to reaching the woman. we saw her hand sticking out from the side of the wall. so we're gonna keep a close eye on this. it looks like he's really trying to pry something loose and we'll give you more updates on "mornings on 2". >> they are trying to get air bags out there to ten her out. she's -- help her out. she's been conscious. they have been able to squeeze out airspace. there's not muc
of people happy. i would yield for a question. the presiding officer: the senator from oregon. mr. sessions: without leaving -- losing the floor, i would yield for a question. mr. merkley: i appreciate my colleague coming to the floor and starting to talk about rules. as i was listening back in my office to your -- your presentation, you maven hansed it while i was walking over here, but you were noting essentially what sounded like a very one-sided piece of the puzzle, and that is that the majority leader or the floor manager was in a position of negotiating or restraining what amendments the minority does. however, you might be unaware that it's actually two sided in that it's traditional for the floor leaders on your side or the minority leader, the republican leader, to also veto the democratic amendments, and of course i have had untold dozens of my amendments vetoed from being presented. and so you have this negotiation that is taking place between the leaders on the two sides over what they will admit. that hits both sides equally, basically, because your amendments may be ruled out,
this one, apparently the greenies in oregon are not getting enough money from gas taxes because everybody is buying and driving the hybrids and electrics. now, lawmakers want a per mile tax for those fuel efficient cars to make up for the lack of gas tax money. and he brought us the story and brings us the story from portland, oregon. it seems like they want your money any witch way, get yourself a prius, a volt, doesn't matter we are going to tax you, personally. >> i don't like it considering i drive two fuel efficient cars in the family, a turbo deiesel anda prius. and they are he trying to compensate decades of bad fiscal policy. stay tuned, it's coming to a neighborhood near you. >> and that's it. the proposal in oregon, is it going to pass. >> it's 2013 and they've had decade to work on this and rein in spending and can't figure out how to do it and they're turning to anyplace to get their meat hooks in your wallets. it's government at the people. and the department of transportation, who comprise a test group largely think it's a good idea they need the budget dollars, never mind t
, the representative from new york, and the representative from oregon. >> thank you very much. my question is probably a broad one and widespread. and probably directed to the mayor and the chief of police. with all of the budgetary restraints we suffer throughout this country, certainly here, do you think you can have an effective program without federal funding? >> no. >> we will take all five questions at one time. [laughter] >> thank you for this. they make one cry and they should make one angry and outraged and determined and committed. why is america so different candy statistics you gave us? -- in the statistics you gave us? >>it is not that we have so much more mental illness or less health care than other countries or fewer armed police or more defenseless students. it is not only american youth who play violent video games. it is not that we have so little information about bad guys. and yet, we have so many more gun deaths. what are the major distractions in these arguments that we have to guard ourselves against? over the decades, we have been distracted from actually confronting the probl
in remote high mountains and used to thrive throughout california and oregon. it has been listed as an in endangered species for 30 years. thy accuse of wildlife service of failing to provide a recovery program for the fox. >>> a coalition of consumer groups is asking the federal government to take a hard look at the lending practices of san francisco-based wells fargo bank. they are especially about a program they claim is like a pay day loan product. one woman who compares her experience to a debt trap. here is 7 on your side's michael finney. >> reporter: annette smith of rockland and the sacramento air aria needed to pay for maul repairs and registration on her truck. she didn't have the money so went to h her bank wells fargo. they wouldn't give her a traditional loan but suggested she might want to utilize a wells program called direct deposit advance. >> i didn't have to have collateral or a credit check and i felt that that was a good service, you know. >> reporter: are wells fargo let per borrow up to $500. the catch? high had to tie the loan to her monthly direct deposi
needs to be addressed. it's been a huge issue, and i can speak just for oregon, but going back to the early and mid 1990s when the state fell upon hard budget times, a lot of our mental health facilities were closed down and that really has turned local jails like mine into mental health facilities where we hold people for quite a while but should otherwise be in a place where they can get the right kind of treatment and the -- so they can get prepared to be mutt back in the population and be a productive member of society. or if they can't, then long-term care in one of those facilities. >> and mental health is also part of the proposals. >> i support that 100%. you know there's a proposal on background checks. i'm not sure exactly, and we're already doing that, in oregon. you know, we do a background check that would force them to buy the gun, if they go to a gun show no oregon, if they're buying from a dealer, they would do a background check right there. and they ---if they're not legally able to purchase a firearm at that point, they're not allowed to do it. >> sheriff yor
: a couple more. this is fascinating. blueberries from oregon, product from chile, how is that the case? >> same thing. because of the labor laws, they have country of origin labeling. any product that comes to the united states from a foreign country has to be identified as a product of a particular country where it was sub substantially made. now, the problem is when products aren't made in the usa with exceptions of furs, for example, and cars, there doesn't have to be a claim. stuff coming here does. you get crazy detours that a product takes in the interest of processing, and that's what it's all about and why your oregon blueberries are in that boat. gerri: how often does uncle sam prosecute on saying it was made here, but it was not? >> the federal trade commission is the one who is making sure that claims are on the up and up. frankly, though, very little violations cited. one company since the 1990s has actually, you know, had a civil penalty because when the government does, in fact, get a complaint, and believe it or not, most do not come from consumers like you and me, but o
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